20January19:30CancelledPour les divinités des mersVienna - Wiener Konzerthaus, Mozart HallDue to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this concert had to be cancelled.
Georg Philipp Telemann: Overture in a minor TWV 55:a1 (from: Six Ouvertures à 4 ou 6, Hamburg 1736) Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto in F major for flauto dolce, strings and b.c.
Georg Philipp Telemann: Overture in a minor TWV 55:a1 (from: Six Ouvertures à 4 ou 6, Hamburg 1736)
Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto in F major for flauto dolce, strings and b.c. RV 433 “La Tempesta di Mare”
Jean-Philippe Rameau: « pour les divinités des mers »
Suite from Hippolyte et Aricie (1733, 42, 57 and 67 / Naïs, 1749)
Carin van Heerden, recorder
Michi Gaigg, direction
Paris 1733. The performance of a tragédie en musique in five acts, depicting the love story of Hippolyte, the son of Theseus, and Aricia, the daughter of a hostile royal family, heralded a new phase in the life of Jean-Philippe Rameau. All of a sudden the 50-year old Rameau from Dijon was the talk of town and was consequently celebrated as the most significant opera composer of his day. His work Hippolyte et Aricie was repeatedly performed in 1742 and 1757. New dances were included in the later versions, performed as an orchestral suite in this programme. Storms at sea, menacing sea monsters and the appearance of sea gods are topics set to exquisite music.
Wednesday, 20. January 2021 19:30